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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* {{translation|"Yosaku"|与作}} is the title of a 1978 hit single by [[Wikipedia:Saburō Kitajima|Saburō Kitajima]], the artist on whom the Sabu character was based. It is an enka song about a woodcutter named Yosaku. The name literally means something like ''gifted work'' or ''participation work''.
 
* {{translation|"Yosaku"|与作}} is the title of a 1978 hit single by [[Wikipedia:Saburō Kitajima|Saburō Kitajima]], the artist on whom the Sabu character was based. It is an enka song about a woodcutter named Yosaku. The name literally means something like ''gifted work'' or ''participation work''.
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* Unusually, Sabu actually announces the name of this technique during the axe's swing — not something normally done in the series.

Revision as of 14:45, January 27, 2013

Yosaku Cut

Yosaku Cut
Name
Kanji 与作切り
Rōmaji Yosakugiri
Literal English Participation Work Cut
Viz manga Yosaku Chop
English TV Yosaku Chop
Debut
Manga Chapter #470
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #206
Appears in Anime and Manga
Data
Classification Kenjutsu
Class Offensive
Range Short-range
Users

Using his giant axe, Sabu strikes the opponent with a low, lateral blow.

Trivia

  • "Yosaku" (与作) is the title of a 1978 hit single by Saburō Kitajima, the artist on whom the Sabu character was based. It is an enka song about a woodcutter named Yosaku. The name literally means something like gifted work or participation work.
  • Unusually, Sabu actually announces the name of this technique during the axe's swing — not something normally done in the series.

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